Why Choose uPVC Tilt and Turn Windows?

If you are after a scenic view with safe and secure ventilation then the versatile uPVC tilt and turn won’t fail to impress. The stylish and contemporary uPVC tilt and turn window is attractive and functional, combining quality aesthetics with revolutionary design. They draw their inspiration from the classic casement aesthetic with a unique twist that makes them a fantastic new addition to your home.

Transferable across both contemporary and traditional properties, the tilt and turn window can be specified to complement any type of home. There is a wide range of colour options available to you including classic woodgrain finishes for those that wish to maintain a period look. These windows are manufactured in larger sizes when compared to other window styles, making them ideal for bigger apertures.

How Do Tilt And Turn Windows Work?

Tilt and turn double glazing was created to provide safe and effective ventilation, without compromising on appearances. It also means that you can increase the ventilation of your home without having to worry about any releasing the locking mechanism too! This way, you’ll be able to enjoy the best of both worlds without having to compromise.

This design can be tilted inwards for quick ventilation and safe cleaning, as well as giving you the option of a tilt only angle. Their clever dual functionality allows window panes to be accessed safely – inside and out, making them ideal for high rise accommodations or any upper storey. This means that you’ll be able to keep your window looking its best with ease.

Tilt and Turn Windows Opening Outwards

These innovative windows can be tilted outwards, inwards and can even be opened fully, letting in lots of fresh air.  This flexibility gives you control over ventilation and cleaning from within your home, very beneficial if you are restricted for outside space. This function is incredibly easy to use, as well. All you’ll have to do is turn the handle a certain way and the window will do the rest for you.

Practical Tilt And Turn Double Glazing

Cleaning is made easy and convenient, allowing you to access panes from the comfort of your home. This means no ladder or dangerous positions to reach, all you have to is open the window in the turn position and the sash will be rotated towards you. You’ll be able to enjoy an ‘as new’ tilt and turn window look for many years after they have been initially installed.

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Tilt and Turn Windows Thermal Efficiency

Modern tilt and turn windows are designed to make your home a warmer and more comfortable place to be across the course of the year, keeping those winter winds at bay during the colder months. This is made possible through the application of modern innovations that combine a thermally broken frame with intelligently placed weatherseals, all of which work to trap in pockets of warm air.

You can also opt for thermal glazing that will help to increase the thermal efficiency of your window further. Not only does this mean that you’ll be able to keep your home at the optimum temperature throughout the year, it also means that the right tilt and turn window design will be able to save you money too! This means that your new window will keep on giving long after it has been installed by your professional of choice.

This is because installing an impressive degree of heat retention into your home is going to help the warmth from your central heating to stay in your property for a longer period of time. In turn, this means that you could find that you’re using your heating less frequently. Consequently, this means that you could end up saving money on your heating costs too! With less energy use, you could find that your carbon footprint is reduced as well.

Tilt and Turn Windows High Security

Feeling safe and secure in your property is one of the things that will make it home, which is why many modern tilt and turn windows are designed to achieve an impressive degree of security from the ground up. This is made possible through the use of premium grade materials, which are able to offer you exceptional structural integrity at base level. You won’t have to settle for less when you invest in a market-leading design.

This standard of security is then enhanced with high performance, multipoint locking systems that engage at multiple points of the frame to ensure security is kept consistent across the whole build. These locks are then integrated into the frame itself to ensure they can’t be used as a potential weak spot to leverage as a point of access. This is important, as many modern burglary techniques target weakspots in the window to ensure access is made as quick and as easy as possible.

Your installer of choice will most likely be able to offer you a range of locking and security features to help make your tilt and turn window as secure as possible. This will include different lock specifications, as well as features such as toughened glass. You can also see if your tilt and turn window meets Secured by Design specification, which is a police-backed initiative that works to ‘design out crime’ when it comes to home improvements.

Tilt and Turn Windows Colours

We know that homes are as varied as the homeowners who live inside them, which is why it’s important that we put you in touch with installers that are going to be able to accommodate a wider range of colour spectrums and options. With this in place, you’ll be able to enjoy the freedom to bring a new addition to your home that isn’t just simply an addition to your property: they are an extension of your personality too.

Modern tilt and turn windows are available in a wide range of colours and finishes, which will vary in accordance with the material that you choose. It won’t matter if you’re after an understated, yet beautiful, standard colour or you’re looking to capture all the benefits of timber with a woodgrain foil. These foils are an exceptional option for capturing the look of timber without having to worry about any of the maintenance problems that could accompany the material.

Simply speak to your installer of choice to see what they can offer you in terms of colour options and finishes. Alternatively, you can visit our tilt and turn windows cost calculator to get a free, instant, and competitive tilt and turn window cost based on the specifications that you input. This will include your colour choice, all of which will be included in the final price. We can then put you in touch with three of your local installers to help get things moving for you.

Tilt and Turn Windows Low Maintenance

Gone are the days where tilt and turn windows needed extensive maintenance to both look and perform at their very best. Due to the inherent qualities of modern materials, the tilt and turn windows that you get from our network of installers will be able to offer you lasting quality long after they have been installed. You won’t have to worry about these windows failing you when the adverse weather kicks in.

This is an important part of bringing an exceptional home improvement to your property. This is because windows of old would usually bow, rot, warp, crack, discolour, or twist out of shape when they get wet or they are exposed to the elements. With uPVC, aluminium, or modern timber alternatives bypass this problem by upholding low maintenance requirements as standard. This way, you’ll be able to enjoy all of the benefits without any of the chores.

In fact, all you’ll have to do is give these windows a quick wipe down with a damp cloth to keep them looking at their very best. Not only does low maintenance enable you to enjoy lasting quality, it also keeps your home safe too. If your window starts to rot or warp, then it won’t close or open properly. In turn, this means that parts of the tilt and turn window frame will become compromised. You don’t want this to happen, as it means the window is less able to protect you against break-ins.

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Tilt and Turn Windows Installation

There are few things that are going to compromise the quality of your tilt and turn window more than a poor installation. If the window isn’t fitted as it should be then you could find that the window suffers from functional or aesthetic problems, both of which are going to reduce your overall satisfaction with the window. This is why it’s so important to ensure you get an installer that knows what they are doing.

At Double Glazing on the Web, we’ve done the hard work for you to ensure this isn’t something you’ll need to worry about. We have amassed a network of accredited installers across the nation, which means that we’ll be able to put you in touch with three of your local professionals. Through us, you’ll be able to enjoy the highest standards of reliability, efficiency, promptness, and complete respect for your home and your time.

To get started on this, all you have to do is visit our tilt and turn window online cost calculator. This free tool enables you to follow a step by step process that will cover all aspects of the window build. At the end, you’ll be given a free guide price that you can use as a good frame of reference for your installer of choice to use. Once you’ve got this price, we’ll put you in touch with three of your local installers so you can compare what they have to offer.

If you’d like to save money on new tilt and turn windows, you can choose to get uPVC windows supply only. This means that you install the windows yourself, saving you money on the cost of fitting. However, we recommend a professional installer fit these designs, as they can be complicated and you may forfeit the warranty on the windows by fitting them yourself.

Types of Tilt and Turn Windows Materials

To help you get the perfect fit for your home, you’ll be able to choose from three distinct tilt and turn window materials. Each one of these options will be able to bring you their own unique benefits and performance properties. The options can go for include aluminium tilt and turn windows, uPVC tilt and turn windows, and timber tilt and turn windows. Keep in mind that your tastes, budget, and existing property architecture are all going to play an important role when it comes to choosing the right tilt and turn window design for you.

We’re here to help you make a choice. We’ll do this by running through the differences below, allowing you to get a feel for what is going to best suit you. Alongside this, feel free to speak to your installer of choice to see what they can offer you in terms of their tilt and turn window collection. You may be pleasantly surprised as to what they have in store!

uPVC Tilt and Turn Windows

uPVC tilt and turn windows have become the go-to option for homeowners looking to enjoy the best of modern standards without having to break the bank to do so. This is because a uPVC tilt and turn window will bring harmony between cost-effectiveness and modern performance. Alongside this, they are an inherently low maintenance option that achieves today’s standards of thermal efficiency, security, durability, performance and design. They can also be tailored to suit a wide range of property styles so you won’t have to miss out on the quality on offer.

Aluminium Tilt and Turn Windows

For those looking to bring a taste of the cutting-edge to their home, aluminium tilt and turn windows should be the option of choice. This is because aluminium has set the standard when it comes to window material, bringing all the benefits of performance and design in a slim and sleek frame. They are the ultimate option for bringing a chic feel to your home. Alongside this, their slim frame also means that they can offer you a generous glazing area. With this in place, aluminium tilt and turn windows are able to create a bright and spacious feel no matter where they are installed.

Timber Tilt and Turn Windows

Timber tilt and turn windows a sense of charm that other materials can’t match. This is because they draw their inspiration from traditional window design, capturing the best of heritage appeal without missing out on modern innovations. This is because the timber that these windows utilise have been refined over the years to outclass their traditional counterparts. With this in mind, the timber has been treated to ensure it doesn’t uphold the same maintenance problems as timber windows of old used to. You’ll be able to enjoy the best of both worlds.

How Much are Tilt and Turn Windows?

As a general overview, tilt and turn windows are going to cost you around £400 – £675. This, however, is simply a guide price that shouldn’t be written in stone. This is because there is a wide range of factors that are going to determine how your final price ends up, this includes the size, style, colour, and hardware options that you opt for. This being said, your installer of choice will be able to use this as a foundation for the price that they offer you.

So, you may now be wondering how to get the best cost when it comes to tilt and turn?

Bringing the best of tilt and turn windows to your home isn’t something that should cause you a lot of undue stress. To help makes things as simple as possible for you, we’ve put everything you’ll need in our handy tilt and turn windows cost calculator. You can head over to that to follow a free, simple, and easy step by step process that will enable you to bring your dream tilt and turn window to life.

This tool is a fantastic way for you to explore everything that tilt and turn windows have to offer, all from the comfort of your home. This is because each step will take you through each part of the window specification, including size, style, accessories, panel count, and more. You can also use it on the move as it has been optimised for mobile use.

When considering your tilt and turn windows prices, keep these things in mind:

Any design or styling changes, like the colour, size, or accessories, will add to the end aluminium windows cost.

Do you want a decorative glass or a sidelight?

Do you want additional thermal efficiency features?

Do you want to include additional security features?

Be prepared to pay extra for those!

Just like other home improvements, the size of tilt and turn windows also plays a huge role in determining the final price.

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Tilt and Turn Windows Quote: What’s Included?

Getting a quote for your home improvements can sometimes come riddled with hidden costs, which means that you could end up with an unpleasant surprise at the final price! However, this isn’t something that you’ll need to worry about with Double Glazing on the Web. We have dedicated ourselves to delivering honest, transparent, and competitive guide prices so you can enjoy the confidence that comes with knowing where you stand.

The way we do this is through our tilt and turn windows cost calculator. As mentioned, this tool will take you through the tilt and turn window design step by step, which means that there won’t be any aspect of the design that will be able to sneak up on you. This tool can also be used on your mobile so you can use it with your installer there to create the window together!

The guide price you receive will include:

A full technical survey

The style, size and colour of the product

Energy efficiency rating (whether A, B or C WER.)

Security features

Glass (a choice of standard, toughened or obscured.)


The full installation which includes all colour matched trims, fixings, silicones and sealants.

Registration with an industry body such as FENSA or Certass and relevant certification.

Tilt And Turn Window Prices

You can get a completely unique tilt and turn windows cost online using our very own double glazing quoting engine. Choose from a wide range of window styles and glazing options for a bespoke price. You can even choose from a selection of energy options to help you determine how thermally efficient your window is going to be.

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Average Tilt And Turn Window Cost

Tilt &Turn Window Size Colour Guide Price
800 x 800 White £400 – £450
800 x 800 Wood Grain £525 – £575
1000 x 800 White £450 – £500
1000 x 800 Wood Grain £550 – £600
1000 x 1000 White £475 – £525
1000 x 1000 Wood Grain £575 – £625
1200 x 1200 White £500 – £550
1200 x 1200 Wood Grain £625 – £675